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Assisted living improves the quality of life if your loved one is struggling with the tasks of daily life, such as safely bathing, managing medications or preparing healthy meals, you may be searching for a helping hand that will still support an independent lifestyle.  

While promoting opportunities to live an engaged and full life, take a look at the additional community benefits and how assisted living improves the quality of life. 

How Assisted Living Improves Quality of Life 

1. Respect and support for independence

There is no need to sacrifice independence when you move into an assisted living community. In fact, residents often report feeling more in control as they appreciate the many choices available and the support they receive when making their own decisions. 

Assisted living and quality of life: The staff is trained to provide a helping hand when needed while respecting the privacy and personal preferences of the resident. Once again, time spent with family and friends can be enjoyed without needing to rely on them for tasks. 

2. Assistance when needed

As we grow older, it’s not uncommon to discover that some of the basics of daily living have become more of a challenge. What a relief is can be to know there is help available whenever needed. 

Assisted living and quality of life: A compassionate and friendly staff is available to help with meal preparation and activity participation. Life is more enjoyable when fears of slipping in the tub or the frustration of not being able to navigate a zipper while getting dressed are eliminated. 

3. Activities and social events

If your loved ones have lost family or friends, loneliness can often become their companion. For those who no longer drive, social isolation can also occur. Unfortunately, both of these situations can create serious health impacts. 

Assisted living and quality of life: Residents have access to a monthly calendar of activities to capture their interests. The scheduled social events are not only fun and entertaining but also provide a perfect opportunity to interact with others – all contributors to quality of life. 

4. Fitness classes

Older adults know the importance of staying in shape, both physically and mentally, but the opportunities to exercise or go to the gym can become fewer or more difficult. A senior living community is designed to support your fitness goals.  

Assisted living and quality of life: You’ll typically find on-site fitness centers or classes to help you keep physically, cognitively and emotionally in shape. Whatever your selections may be, achieving your fitness goals are simple and all within steps of your front door. 

5. Opportunities to meet and make new friends

Older adults often discover it can become more difficult to meet new people and make friends. The opportunities available when involved in the work world or being otherwise engaged can become fewer in retirement life. 

Assisted living and quality of life: One of the great benefits of community life is how easy it is to meet the other residents and learn their stories. Whether it’s at the many activities and events or meeting and greeting in the common areas, residents soon begin making new lifelong friends. 

6. Healthy and delicious dining

Residents appreciate the joy of eating delectable and flavorful food without having to prepare or clean up the meals. They know they’ll have the opportunity to eat well and healthy, as the chef-inspired nutritious food also is appealing to their palates. 

Assisted living and quality of life: Today’s communities understand the importance of stimulating appetites with both flavor and presentation. Sharing meals together with friends adds to the quality experience. And if there are dietary restrictions, communities can handle that as well. 

7. Scheduled transportation

When an older adult decides to no longer drive, this can be the unfortunate beginning of becoming isolated or feeling as if you are missing out on participating in activities that you once enjoyed.  

Assisted living and quality of life: Communities know that quality of life also includes having the ability to stay engaged and not be excluded from opportunities to interact because of transportation challenges. They make sure their residents are not left sitting at home. 

8. Safety and security features

It is difficult to enjoy a high quality of life if you are living in fear or distracted by concerns about your personal safety and security. But assisted living communities have taken steps to eliminate many of those worries as well. 

Assisted living and quality of life: Your loved ones will discover additional security features both in the community and in their personal residence. An added bonus? It is extremely reassuring to know that you are never alone if help is ever needed. 

Assisted Living Improves Quality of Life at Seaside Hallandale Beach 

We’re here to answer any questions you may have about senior living and invite your family to see how our community can encourage and promote a higher quality of life. 

We invite you to visit Seaside Hallandale Beach, which is designed to provide activities and social opportunities to help our residents in reaching their wellness goals. 

Supporting our residents to age well, we believe you or your parents will enjoy the services and amenities available in our pet-friendly community: 

  • A monthly social calendar of activities 
  • Beautiful common spaces to socialize 
  • Weekly housekeeping 
  • A spacious courtyard 
  • An outdoor pool with a covered patio 
  • Personalized fitness and wellness programs 
  • Scheduled transportation 
  • Easy and safe access to the beach  

If you have any questions about Seaside Hallandale Beach Senior Living, please contact us at 954-607-1000 or download our brochure. 

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